Drift Allstars smoke out Goodwood Drift Allstars June 29, 2016 Front Page, News Drift Allstars smoke out Goodwood Drivers from the Drift Allstars paddock starred at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend in the UK. Reigning Champion James deane once again made his second appearance at Goodwood signing autographs all weekend and displaying his 750hp Falken Motorsports Nissan S14.He put on a masterclass display of driving, drifting up Lord March’s hillclimb the most prestigious motorshow in the world. James Added “Drifting my Falken Motorsports S14 at Goodwood Festival of speed for a second year in a row was an absolute honour. It is such a privilege to drive alongside some of the most accomplished drivers and world-class cars in Motorsport history. We are already waiting with anticipation and hope we can make it back next year.” He was joined by fellow Drift Allstars drivers Martin Richards one of the rising stars of the British /European drift scene in his Nissan R33 who put on a great display infront of his home town fans Former British Champion and Drift Allstars Round 1 Event winner Steve Baggsey Biagoni would also make his debut at Goodwood wowing the crowds in his Monster Energy S13. Additional entries this season from Red Bull with Mad Mike Whiddet , Monster Energy Driver Vaughan Gittin JR and Nissans World record High Speed Drift Nissan GTR with Irish Driver Darren McNamara meant the catch my drift category was more popular then ever with fans all over the world getting exposed to drifting. Drifting would really steal the show for the second year added Niall Gunn – After showcasing the Sport at the FIA Sport Conference last week in Turin Italy and now at the Worlds most prestigious motorsport show the sport of Drifting is getting more recognition on a global scale everywhere. It was great to showcase the sport for the second year to the World of motorsport. Now the Drivers turn there attention to Drift Allstars RD 3 – Global WarFare against the Irish Drift Championship at Mondello Park where a grid of 50 of the best drifters with over 50,000 Horsepower will do their best to take down the Irish Drift Championship unbeaten record.